This thesis document proposes the notion of an architecture that incorporates a three part program which involves violent and natural death cases. With scientific and larger public gathering spaces proposed in the building’s program, the users are grouped in a common environment that deals the subject of death. The general public are a witness to the building’s architecture and have the ability to react and become aware of their surroundings and possibly allow for an appreciation toward life.
Cafro, Michael P., "F.F.A: Forensic + Funerary Architecture" (2010). Architecture Theses. 48.